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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

McQueary files lawsuit against Penn State


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Former Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary, who testified that he saw Jerry Sandusky in a shower with an underage boy, filed a whistleblower lawsuit Tuesday against the university, according to a court document from Centre County, Pennsylvania.
McQueary was a key prosecution witness and was the only individual -- excluding the victims themselves -- who said he witnessed an apparent sexual encounter between Sandusky and a boy. Sandusky, who has maintained his innocence, was convicted in June for abusing young boys over a 15-year-period.
In support of McQueary's whistleblower claim, the lawsuit states he was the only assistant football coach who was not invited to interview for employment with the incoming new head football coach after longtime coach Joe Paterno was fired amid the Sandusky scandal.



McQueary-Let us get this straight-You saw a boy being molested in a shower on a Friday night. There were three people there at the time-YOU....Sandusky....and the victim. At the time you were about 26 years old, stood about 6 feet 5 inches and weighed over 230 pounds. You fled the facilities and left that boy there.
And now you want a REWARD of $4 million? You,sir, are a pathetic excuse for a man.

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